|To:||Pilmuir Street (NT090878)|
|Length:||0.7 miles (1.1 km)|
|Now part of:||B9155|
|Route outline (key)|
It started on the A907 at Rumblingwell, running parallel and to the north of the now-disused railway line from Alloa. The route initially ran along Baldridgeburn, which is now the B9155, then into Mill Street and finally Foundry Street, to its termination on the A823, Grants Bank Street, now renamed Pilmuir Street.
Initially unclassified, the A976 came into being in the late 1920s as a makeshift northern bypass of the town. In more recent years the road has been renumbered B9155, although that only follows the western half of the road before following a different route to the north; the eastern half of the ex-A976 is therefore unclassified.